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Thank you Mandy - glad you liked it. By all means - go on playing, as long as you're having fun memories to play with.
PJ - the black lace is lovely. But I have to continue the toy theme that Wendy began, by saying that the red shapes around the side all look like skittles - of the 10 pin bowling variety :~))
Think of all the fun Wendy had with this puzzle Judy. Grown-up fun is fun too.
Wendy, you were a strange child. :-))
Thank you Kirsten for your very nice comment.
Thank you Wendy - I'm delighted you got so much fun out of the puzzle. I'll look into the websites later. Clothes pins! - yes, I do see your point. Good suggestion.
This is a bright beauty, PJ!! Thanks very much. :)))
Bill Ding stacking men!
Oh, even more, they remind me of an old stacking toy I used to have with wooden men. I have to see if I can find it now.
PJ, this is a super interesting flower! The white petals remind me of the old wooden clothespins that looked like little men. The use of only a few colors really makes this one stand out as bright, bold and cheerful. :-)
Thank you Judy, glad you liked this puzzle. I will make puzzles with bright colors too. No bugs - the original was several knitted and sewn items. And you know kaleido - so this is the result!
Those bright colors always make solving easier for me. Great puzzle, but are those bugs crawling on the leaves? if so, they are well synchronized. Nice effect all round.
Thank you Tigress, I too felt the need for something warm and shiny. Thanks for visiting!
What a lovely bright flower to cheer me up on a gloomy, rainy day. Thanks, PJ! :-)